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- Ph.D. in Theatre, University of Georgia, 1991.
- M.A. in Theatre, California State University, Fresno,1985.
- B.A. in History, San Francisco State University, 1981
- Professor, 'University of Alaska-Fairbanks,' 2005 'Associate Professor, 1997-Present,' Assistant Professor 1990-97: Theatre Department Chair 1992-93, 2000-2002, 2005
- Numerous Journal Articles on Costuming, including, The Importance of Being Artificial: Style as Substance in Oscar Wilde�s �The Importance of Being Earnest� in Theatre Design and Technology, Summer 2002 Putting Personality into Portfolios and Resumes'' in TD&T. Winter 1996. The Omnigarment: Putting Design into the Hands of the Actor in TD&T, Spring 1994.
- Assistant Editor and Quarterly Computer Columnist for The Costume Research Journal 2000-2003, Nine Articles on various Computer and Costume topics.
- Play: Kiosk Man, (1994): a comedy without words performed jointly by Terra Mobile Theatre, St. Petersburg, Russia, and Perpetual Motion Theatre, London, UK, (two professional "Fringe" theatres) in 1995-96, work previewed in St. Petersburg July 1995, opened in London in November 1995 and subsequently toured in England.
- The University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1988-Present: Dozens of productions, Including Operas, Musicals, Shakespeare, etc.
- KlonDykes, Queens & Company, 1997 & 1999: Drag Shows
- Fairbanks Light Opera Theatre, 1995-97: Gypsy, Guys and Dolls.
- UAF/Tuma Theatre Co. (Alaska Native Theatre), 1991-1996
- Theatre "Parijh", St. Petersburg, 1995-97, Children�s shows
- Theatre Terra Mobile, St. Petersburg, 1995, Experimental Movement Theatre
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